Memorial Day weekend historically gives a little or takes a little. The former proved true last week, the season’s final session. Thirty-three shows garnered $15,295,721, up $352,138 or 2.36% from the previous week.

There were few major B.O. changes in either direction. The exceptions were “The Crucible,” which went from seven to eight perfs and had another $100,611 to show for it. The Arthur Miller redux came in at $503,231. Other big increases came from “Beauty and the Beast” (up $56,680) and “The Producers” (up $87,085) for respective cumes of $621,073 and $1,232,332.

For those shows bubbling under the Top 10, moderate five-figure upticks helped to advance the tallies of “Cabaret” ($451,182), “Chicago” ($448,503), “Into the Woods” ($480,215), “Les Miserables” ($410,643), “Noises Off” ($276,517), “Rent” ($348,436) and “Urinetown” ($312,957).

Zero Tony nominations for “The Graduate” continued to spell success as the comedy zoomed $13,713 for a finish of $527,187, its best to date.

Up $29,916, “Elaine Stritch at Liberty” finished its limited run with that show’s top session of $398,148.

More good news: The producers of “Metamorphoses” reported that their $1.6 million production went into the black last week. Break-even for the show is estimated at around $160,000. Of all the Tony-nominated best plays, only the Ovid retelling managed a B.O. blip last week. Up $7,340, Mary Zimmerman’s pool play grossed $240,002.

As for those other three nommed dramas, “The Goat” slipped a mere $173 to finish with $160,740. Down $6,442, “Fortune’s Fool” managed $214,276, and after falling $4,868, “Topdog/Underdog” bit off a still heady $325,146.

The June 9 closing notice for “The Elephant Man” did not send theatergoers flocking. The Billy Crudup-starrer slid $6,442 to close with $153,425.

The revivals of “The Man Who Had All the Luck” and “Morning’s at Seven” essentially marked time with respective tallies of $250,016 and $210,781.

Down $25,562, “Private Lives” put in seven perfs that gave it $443,052 on a potential of $563,886. The long-running “Proof” and “Tale of the Allergist’s Wife” took similar five-figure hits. The David Auburn drama came in at $201,049 while the Charles Busch play made $232,993, with the triumvirate of Valerie Harper, Tony Roberts and Michele Lee putting in their last perf. Rhea Perlman, Richard King and Marilu Henner will now star.

While plays accounted for most of the B.O. slippage, a few tuners took dips over the holiday: “Contact” fell $9,265 to land at $276,455. More serious erosion came from “The Full Monty” (down $43,177) and “Sweet Smell of Success” (down $26,829), which had respective grosses of $378,692 and $399,434.

Closing June 10, the Alan Alda-starrer “QED” came in at just $2,000 under its gross potential of $112,010.